CHARLESTON, S.C.—With Donald Trump now the presumptive Republican Presidential nominee, his past business deals—including his tax assessments—are under intense scrutiny.

The USA Today turned to Womble Carlyle attorney Morris Ellison for insight into the tax laws governing Trump’s vast real estate holdings. Ellison doesn’t offer any political commentary but says real estate developers frequently appeal tax assessments. He also tells USA Today that it is difficult to compare one company’s volume of tax appeals to another company’s.

Click here to read the full article, “Exclusive: More than 100 lawsuits, disputes, tied to Trump and his companies,” in USA Today.

Morris Ellison represents local, national and international investors, lenders, and real estate developers in the development, financing and disposition of commercial properties and other assets. Ellison has experience in a variety of complex real estate and business-related issues including the development of several mixed-use projects, real property tax appeals, entity disputes and structuring and complex foreclosures and workouts. He leads Womble Bond Dickinson’s Israel Team and practices in the firm’s Charleston office. Connect with Ellison on LinkedIn.